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breaking nes. we have trafficproblems already. an accident causing big delays in northern virginia. >> murder mystery. the search is on for a person who killed a woman in prince george's county in broad daylight. a woman's eviction plight is playg out on the streets of d.c. as her belongings setch for blocks. we are live on the scene. good morning. thanks for joining us for news 4 tmptd i'm eun yang. >> good morning. i'm joe krebs. september 22nd, 2010. live look outside. 66 degrees right now. and astronomical fall is about to fall right here. >> it happens at 11:09 don't. t day will feel like summer. off to the west a big moon in the sky like a pizza pie. it's getting low in the sky now. it's about to set.
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i think it's pepperoni with double cheese. to the left of that is jupiter. right now, 68 in washington. milder morning. and it's in the six thrghout most of the region. 50s out of the mountains. low 60s around the bay and the eastern shore, virginia tidewater. we do have a mostly clear sky now. a disturbance producinghowers in eastern kentucky. that may be drifting up into the shenandoah valley. late afternoon, early this evening we might have a psing thunder shower here. partly cloudy with highs near 90. friday, again, like summer. so a three-day mini heat wave as we get io autumn. over the weekend turning cooler. >> tom, following breaking news. good news is things are quieting do now. an accident reportedly involving a motorcycle 95 southbound at route 1 in woodbridge. everything just moved to the shoulder moments ago. travel lanes are open. right at the scene the pace begins to pickup. a bit of a southbound delay that's easing.
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mo importantly possibly northbound delays are pretty substantl because of rubber necking. hopefully now things will settle down. no incidents on the northbound side. lanes open to the capital beltway. north country, i-270 doing fine. the accident reported westbound i-70 in howard county near woodbine possibly involving a tractor trailer. we'll keep you uated on that. let's check the rails. how about that? yeah. metro, vre and m.a.r.k. brunswick 870 and camden 841. >> jerry, thank you. a case that is stumping police. . a woman is murdered at a local apartment complex wit people out and about nearby. 8500 block of greenbelt road. >> reporter: investigators aren't releasing a whole lot of
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information at this point. they're saying the woman was a female in her 40s. now, the 911 came in yesteay as a shooting. this all happened yesterday afternoon at an apartment on greenbelt road. teenagers noticed an arm coming from the doorway to one of the buildings. they took a closer look and saw there was an injured woman. >> t call was for an unresponsive female. >> reporter: apparently two phone calls yesterday. police got a phone call about a welfare chec they were called to check on the welfare of the victim and not long after they got a phoneall about this shoing. what came across as a shooting. they're not saying that's how she passed away but they're still trying to answer a lot of
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eun? >> elaine, thank you. and this morning the search is on for the murderer who killed a man at a bus stop. it happened after sunset along 900 block of southern avenue southeast. the man was shot several times and died on the keep. police do not have a lot to go on in this case. they only have a vague description of the gunman. this morning a woman is lucky to be alive so she can breathe a big sigh of reef after firefighters rescued her from her burning townhome. chopper 4 was on the scene over the damage. flames brock out on 9,000 block of brookridge court, montgomery village. firefighters used a lad tore rescue the woman from a sond floor window. the fire began in the kitchen. dama is estimated at $100,000. well, the first woman virginia could excuse the first woman in nearly 100 ears. it's scheduled to go on as planned tomorrow night. the u.s. supreme court refused to stay the execution.
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teresa lewis received the death sentence after she was convicted of hiring two men to kill her husband and stepson back 2002. she was allegedly trying to collect a quarter million dollar insurance payout. lewis's supporters say she should be spared because she has diminished mentalcapacity. governor mcdonald denied clemency. the last woman to be executed in virginia happened in 1912.
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this morning we know when d.c. schools chancellor michelle rhee and democratic nominee vincent gray will meet. the long-awaited meeting will happen tomorrow at noon in gray's office in the wilson building. rhee has come under fire for closing schools and firing teachers and principals in the district. gray said he will continue aggressive education reform and that may or may not include rhee. this morning, another shakeup on president obama's economic team. adviser larry summers iset to leave the post by the end of the year. summers will return to his teaching job at harvard. the departure comes amid a sluggish economic recovery that has seen unemployment hover near 10%. he will be the third high-level member of the obama economic team to leave this ar. a new book suggests members of president obama's national security team has doubts his strategy in afghanistan will work. journalist bob woodward details intense policy and turf battles inside the white house called "obama war." he said the president agreed to triple troop levels there.
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>> he watched closely as the senate took up repealing the 17-year-old on gays serving openly in the mitary. instead of questioning the merits. they questioned the motivation of the timing of the vote. >> this is a blatant ploy to try to galvanize the political base of the other side which is facing a losing election. >> those supporting the repeal are hoping to win over mod rot susan collins. she appeared swayed. the big commotionn one local neighborhood this morning. boxes and boxes of stuff belonging to a d.c. woman spread across several blocks. our time right now 6:07. 68 degrees. weather and traffic together on the ones coming up next.
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6:10 is your time. 68 degrees. lovely sky in the nation's capit capital. summer is returning with a vengeance. tom, it was nice yesterday. already mild this morning. usually so fo a lateeptember morning. right,000 it's in the 60s around much of the region. 68 in washington. afternoon highs should soasr to near 90. late afternoon, early this evening a chance for a passing thuershower. partly cloudy.
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getting a little more humid. th on friday, mostly sunny. up around 90 or so. turning cooler for the weekend. a look at sundaynd into next week coming up in 10 minutes at 6:21. let's check traffic on this wednesday morning. how is it looking? >> we're following breaking news in hord county with the accident we told you about just a short time ago. westbound interstate 70 approachi route 94. that puts it westbound just a little bit more mt. airy. you can see a tractor trailer along the right sid of the roadway. earlier reports indicated the truck was overturned. cannot confirm that yet. we'll get a better look in a moment. right now it appears to be at least leaning if not completely overturned. only one lane is getting by. westbound i-70 towards mt. airy in howard county. we'll keep you updated on that. headed toward baltimore, heads-up. there's going to be a
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substaial rubber necking delay. obviously we'll keep you updated on that. good work from the folks at chopper 4. rush hour through northeast, uneventful. through northeast, doing okay. travel lanes are open. no b deals to report. and that's -- oh, 270 looking good. eun, joe? >> it is. you always point that out. thanks, jerry. 6:12. 66 degrees. why parts of 270 will close tomorrow morning. a new poll shows how close the race for governor is. the eviction that has an entire neighborhood talking the woman's bengings
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you'll need to really see to believe. a woman's belongings are scattered along the sidewalk for several city blocks because she's been kicked out of her home, evicted for not paying her rent. this scene playing out on 11th street and otis place northwest. tracee wilkins is live there right now. riht now police are actually guarding her belongings, i understand. but then you say at 10:00 they will bring in dump trucks and take her stuff to the dum why that deadline? what is the meaning of tha >> reporter: trash trucks is what we've been told hee. so much stuff it has to be cleared off the streets. if she can't get it on out, the city is going to do it for her. lice are guarding the stuff
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because she has had issues with people coming and taking some of the stuff away. now, she's worked for many years here in america. she's an immigrant from venezuela. she's been here 22 years. when work dried up, so did the mey for the representative. first of all, where is she going to live? she has no place to go. secondly, what is she going to do with all of her stuff? 50-year-old eloisa diaz who lived here 22 years and her home in northwest for 15 years. she said for the last two and a half years she's not been able to have steady work, and the work has dried up causing her eviction. >> i do not have a job. i try to get a little here, a
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little there but it's not regular eight-hour work. and i do my best 100% to prove how much i pay every month. i pay july. i just don't have-- nothing at all. >> reporter: she said her possessions that line the streets are not junk. the things worked and paid for and she wants tokeep and protect it but doesn't know now. >> i need desperately for people to help me get a truck. right now i have no income. >> reporter: it goes oat sxis 11 on both sides on the street. council member graham came and picked up two pickup truck loads worth of her most valuable things. she told me earlier that stuff is being stored in southeast. some neighbors brought a couple items to try to help her out.
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now she is worried what will happen at 10:00 a.m. when the trash trucks come. tracee wilkins, live in northwest. back to you in the studio. this morning police are looking for a second suspect who stand and robbed a man in prince william county. it happened outside the cant canterbury shopping center. two teens attacked the man while he was working, appraising the property. he was taking tickets when the teens approach him, demanded his camera, cell phone and wallet. they kicked and beat him in the stomach. we're told the victim is in stable condition. investigators are digging deeper into what drove a man to shoot a doctor and kill his mother and himself at john hopkins hospital. during the search of his home they found another handgun. no signs that the crime was premeditated. wit six weeks to go, a new
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poll shows the race for maryland is neck and neck. governor martin o'maley has a lead over former governor bob ehrlich. however, the margin of error for the poll is 4%, making it a dead heat. a senior editor for the political report says the poll is actually good news forboth candidates. 50/47 is a three-point split, but essentially the race is tied. if i'm the o'maley campaign, one of the thgs i take positive out of that poll is he is at 50%. that means thathrlich needso chip away at his support. but this is not an uphill race. this race is tied. >> o'malley started runni ads in win over voters. ehrlich said he will wait until later to start running tevision spot traffic alert for drives who use i-270 in the early morning
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hours. all four lanes of 270 will be shut down at the diamond avenue exit overnight into tomorrow morning. it will last for two 15-minute intervals. the state highway administration suggests using 355 as an alternate route. during the closures crews will be putting up an overhead sign. go car free today. people from around the world are leaving their cars, trucks, and suvs in the garage. instead, they are walking and taking public transportation to work. organizers say the move is to push city planners and cycling to think about other transportation alternatives. looks like people are already going car free. metro was up 2% between april and june, compared with the same period last year. public transportation ridership is also up nationwide. well, the redskins running game is taking another hit. after two games, they parted way
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witness stand two-time pro bowler larry johnson. he carried the ballive times for two yards in the first two games of the season. he was pulled out of sunday's ga after a ten yard los johnson, a d.c. area native, struggled since preseason. they have one of the worst rushing attacks in the nfl. >> got to fix that. tom, tell us what today will look like. >> were waing up. sunrise is 35 minutes away. it's clear now. in the 60s throughout much of the region. 68, national airport. highs reaching near 90 by midafternoon. after that, early this evening a small chance of a passing thundershower. partly cloudy and hot tomorrow as well as friday. might get a passing shower sunday and monday with highs in the 70s let's check traffic on this wednesday morning. ho is it looking, jerry?
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>> problems as we continue to follow breaking news in howard with the overturned tractor trailer. all this occurred within te hour. chopper 4 is over the scene. wetbound interstate 70 near route 94 in woodbine. fire rescue is on the scene. right now only one lane getting by. a hefty westbound lane. eastbound headed from frederick toward howard county, baltimore, you will find your lanes open. east bound there's a good rubber necking delay. westbound only one lane is getti by. very hefty backup on i-70. looking prty good. travel lanes open there. o to the rails we go. metro and vre having a good morning.
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beautiful blue sky out there. things are going to fe like summer today. >> yes, indeed. time to go back to the pool. oops, the pool is closed. >> do you remember where you put your shorts and t-shirt? >> fliplops. >> you'll need it later today. up to around 90 degrees. right now a mild morning. in the 60s throughout most of e region. right now 68 at national airport. and out of the mountains, though, it's cool. feeling like autumn in west virginia, maryland, where there is autumn color showing up. bay, eastern shore region, upper 60s. waters, low to md-60s. vw from space showing a few showers in eastern kentucky, eastern tennessee. they mayrift your way late this evening. a small chance of a passing thundershower. probably no rain. up arond 90 on friday. how is the traffic? >> we continue to follow
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breaking news in howard county, maryland. chper 4 over the scene of the accident. overturned tractor trailer. now that the light is coming up, we have a little bit better view. westbound lanes of interate 70 near woodbine in howard county. toward frederick westbound. only one lane is gettg by now. as a result, traffic is horribly backed up, heading over to mt. airy on frederick. only one lane gettingby. cleanup efforts have yet to begin. now, eastbound from frederick toward baltimore, your lanes are open. owever, there is a rub ebb necking delay. if you're traveling either direction north of town, howard county, heads-up and be forewarned. drop down and use route 40 as an alternate. elsewhere, a little closer in. loading up quickly on the 14th street bridge. wever, all lanes are open dale
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city all the way up. metro rail, vre doing fine. any earlier delays have cleared. this morning we know when chancellor michelle rhee and vincent gray are expected to meet. the long-awaited meeting will happen torrow at noon at gray's office at the wilson buildin she has come under fire for fing teachers and principals. gray said he will continue to pursue aggressive education reform and that may or may not include rhee. to a violent scene in green diagnos greenbelt. elaine reyes joins us in greenbelt, maryland with more on this baffling murder. good morning, elaine. >> reporter: good morning, joe.
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they apart releasing the woman's identity or how she died. they're onlyaying she's a female in her 40s. prince george's county police not releasing a whole lot of informati other than tha now, the 911 call came in yesterday as a shooting. it happened yesterday afternoon at an apartment complex in the 8500 block of greenbelt road. teenagers noticed an arm coming out of a door to one of the ildings. they took a closer look and saw it was an injured woman with some type of trauma to her body police arrived shortly thereafter and she was taken to a hospital where she wa pronounced dead on the scene. >> at this time it does not appear to be a robbery. we are still lookingor a motive in the case. >> reporter: police say they did get another phone call about a welfare check on the victim. they're stillrying to piece together this case. they're not saying if the
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possible suspects is someone who knew her. joe, back to you. >> elaine reyes reporting live. thanks very much, elaine. the search is on for a murderer who killed a man at bus stop after sunset along the 900 block of southeast washington. he was shot several times and died at the scene. police only have a vague description of the gunman. virginia will execute a woman for the first time in nearly 100 years tomorrow night. the us. supreme court refused to stay the execution. teresa lewis received the sentence after being convicted of hiring two men to kill her husband and stepson in 2002. she was trying to collect a quarter million dollar insunce payout. supporters say she should be spared because she has a diminished mental capacity. the last woman to be executedin virginia was back in 1912. democrats say they're not giving up and they will try
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again to overturn the militars don't ask, don't tell policy. republicans blocked the democrats from the 60 votes needed to cut off a filibuster over a defense bill to included a provision to . a pentagon report du in december will splort affects of the repeal of the ban. harry reid said he plans to bring it up again after the november elections. a story tt is now prompting phone calls to our newsroom. take a look. everything one woman owns on the streets stretching for several city blocks. we're live othe scene with what happened. . plus, a shakeup at the white house. a top adviser to president obama
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says he is stepping down. heading out of town for the holidays? one thing you can do to save 200 bucks on your plane ticket. > 6:37. 66 degrees. loly start to the day. weather and traffic coming up. building wind farms and
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an action-packed w drama makes its debut tonight on nbc. it is called undercover. j.j. abram, the man behi lost, the fringe and alias. it's about a husband and wife retired but pulled back into espionage to help a friend in need. >> it doesn't hurt the stars are both so good looking. >> neve hurts. >> no. nice guy out there. starting off mild. things are warming up quickly.
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>> good morning. this is the time of year the ter is so low. we really need rain. a small chance later in the afternoon. high today up around 90. small chance of a late afternoon or early evening thundershower. again, looksike we'll hit 90 on friday. cooler f the weekend. saturday, mostly sunny. high, low to mid-80s. how is the traffic now, jerry? >> we continue to follow breaking news. having a certain effect on your commute. no doubt about it. this is interstate 70 in howard county. chopper 4 remains over the scene. you can get a clear view what happened. an accident involving an overturned truck westbound on i-70 near 94 woodbine in howard county. right now westbound only one travel lane is getting by. as a result there is substantial backup eastbound all lanes are open. let's go to a nap and i'll give
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you a little bit better persptive. frederick. accident occurred right about there westbound i-70. again, that's the scene of the accident. a pretty good sized eastbound rubber necking delay towards baltimore. we'll keep you updated on that. very tough going. elsewhere, if you ar making the trip along 66, no worries. travel lanes open all the way on in. joe, eun? >> joe could use a beer right about now. >> does a bear drink in the woods? >> how about a free beer? one company is actually giving it away. the new book out that highlights a sharply divided white house. the big commotion in one cal neighborhood. boxes and boxes of stuff belonging to a d.c. woman
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a troubling story this morning you need to see to believe. take a look at this. a woman's belongings are scattered on the sidewalk for several city blocks because she has been kicked out of her home, evicted for not paying her rent. the scene is playing out on 11th and otis. tracy will kips spoke with the woman. he's live with her story. it's awfully sad, tracee. >> reporter: this is what we're talking about. all down 11th street. all down otis place. her stuff is all on the sidewalk here. she has been told ifthis stuff is not moved by 10:00 a.m., that trash trucks will come and get this stuff and it will be taken to the dump. she is dealing with serious issues trying to figure out,
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first of all, where she is gog to live and, second of all, what she is going to do with her belongings. eloisa diaz is trying to figure out what she will do next. she has been in america for 22 years. she has no family here. when she was working, she was doing domestic work. >> i haven't had a job. i'm trying to get a little here, a little there but it's not regular eight-hour work. i do my best 100% to prove how much i pay everyonth.
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after july i just have nothing at all. >> reporter: she says this is not junk. they are things she worked and paid for. she wants to work to kp and protect it but she doesn't know how. >> i need desrately for people to help me geta truck because right now i have no income. >> reporter: for everyone watching, what can be done to help this woman in this situation, a situation so many people found themselves in. we got a phone call from j.k. moving and storage. they are preparing trucks right now. they will pack up all of this stuff and store it for free. they'll move it and pk it for free. we shared this information with eloisa just a while o. we will share that in just a little bit. a veryappy ending to a terrile situation. at least a temporary help. i'm tracee wilkins, ve in
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northwest. >> we're getting a lot of information into our newsroom with people wanting to help diaz. d.c. council members are passing legislation to allow student athletes to be slind in t sidelined in the event of a concussion. at least nine other states are taking up the issue, including virginia. today congreswill hear from the owners of two iowa farms linked to a massive egg recall. a salmonella outbreak made 1,000 people sick across the country. the owner of one farm plams chicken feed from an outside supplier for infecting his plant. >> i told the usda officer about it and she said, well, good back and do youjob. >> they are expected to talk
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about the government's response to the recall. his trip will remind his efforts of trying to reshape the diplomacy of the united states. the president will devote critical time to the african nation of sudan and his relationship with leaders in asia. a new book suggests members of president obama's national security team have doubts about his strategy in afghanistan will work. journalist bob woodward details innse policy and turf battles inside the white house called "obama wars." he sd the presidenagreed to triple troop levels there. it is due out monday. a big shakeup in his economic team. courtney reagan joins us with more on this big story. >> reporter: hi. good morning to you, joe.
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another member is bowing out. larry summe is returning to his teaching job at harvard. former treasury secretary was a y adviser during the financial crisis but has be criticized for being too close to wall street. the economy is growing but, quote, momentum is not satisctory. replacement may include parsons andg.e. chief. tim geithner is staying in his job. well, sounds like you're going to want to book your holiday flights now. travelocity says fares are slightly higher than last year. the travel sitesays you could save up to $170 by shifting with when you fly. if you leave on tuesday and come back on sunday. well, this freeud is for you. anheuser-busch unveiling a major marketing push today. the campaign culminates next
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thursday with a national happy hear with free samples at restaurants and bars. sales down 9% last year. and its national brand ranking slipped from 16th in 2003 to 220th this yea back to you, joe. >> sounds lke time for a cold one. thanks very much, courtney. >> reporter: thank you. >> boy, we're going to need a cold one today. it will feel like summer again. >> we may hit 90 degrees. around your region the sky is clear. off to the east, live view from skyview camera. sun is five minutes away from rising. right now 68 at national airport. 60s in prince george's. a few isolated locations farther west in the 50s. weather watchers reporting there. elsewhere around the bay, eastern shore, it's in the 6 0s as well as tidewater. out of the mountains of western maryland, west virginia, few locatio in the 50s. clear sky throughout the rion.
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clouds developing out of the ohio valley. there are a few showers in eastern kentucky, eastern tennessee. that's a disturbance that may come our way later today. bringing u a shower. between now and then we'll stay dry. students waiting for bus this morning. by noon in the 80s. 90s in late afteron. late afternoon and through the early evening hours a small chance of a passing shower, maybe thunder. into the 60s by tomorrow. partly cloudy, up around 90 degrees. around 90 again on friday. none of those temperatus, though, are near record. record highs in the 90s. saturday, a bit cooler with sunshine. even cooler with more clouds around sunday and monday. a passing shower each one of those days. how is the traffic? >> tom, we continue to follow breaking news. hard hit with an accident. nasty one occurred early this morning. chopper 4 remains over the scene with live pictur.
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this is interstate 70 westbound near 94 in woodbine, maryland. whave bound i-70, only one travel lane getting by. you can see the overturned tractor trailer rode the guardrail as it slipped overheading westbound. the direction from baltimore headed toured frederick or mt. airy. delays are huge on the westbound side. so forewarned. baltimore national pi is a much better alternate. east bound from frederick, baltimore, your tavel nes are open but it is running slwly. let's see how we're doing elsewhere. 95 northbound. had a report of gravel in the roadway. heads-up for that. just be alert. out to the rails we go. vre, fredericksburg, 308 slightly delayed. mark rail loong good. joe? >> thanks very much, jerry. 6:53. kimberly suiters has the morning's top stories from the
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newsroom. >> good morning again, joe. prince george's county police have a murder mystery on their hands this morning. a woman wasilled yesterday in the middle of the afternoon on greenbelt road. she was found in the stairwell of an apartment complex with potentially self witnesses to help police with their investigation. he's just a draltic nominee for d.c. mayor but already vincent gray is pounded by questions about whether or not he will keep michelle rhee. the two will meet thursday at noon in gray's office. gray told news 4 he'll continue to push for aggressive education reform a that may or may not include rhee. debate over the military don't ask, don't tell policy is ead for now. senate republicans blocked an appeal to lift a ban on gays serving openly in the military. leader harry reid said he will raise the issue again after the november election. remember the city manager with an $800,000 salary in a
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low-income l.a. suburb? six city officials, mayor spent more than $5 mlion of taxpayer money on themselves. today they'll all be arraigned on corruption charges. and reports on r that the citizens of bell are cheering this morning. >> i bet they are. thanks, kimberly. this morning we will stay on top of a troling story we've been telling youbout all rning look. >> take a look at this. a woman's belongings are scattered for several city blocks bause she's been kied out of her home, evicted for not paying her rent. news 4's tracee wilkins is live with development. tracee, good morning. >> repoer: eun, i'm very happy to report that our viewers, the people of washiton who didn't want to see this woman in a desperate situation are coming forward to help. you can see live down otis place, down 11th street northwest. her belongings all along e road here. she's beentrying to find work.
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the last two and a half years she only had a scattering of work, really not enoh to sustain her. she's domestic worker. she said since july she has not been able to make rent. momentsgo w got a phone call from the folks at j.k. moving and storage in sterling saying they were coming here to move all her stuff, store it for free, move it for free and pack it for free. this was her reaction. >> god is good. he knows what's going on. and i appreciate so much that i find help. >> reporter: now, the manager is down there ands he realizes she has a 10:00 a.m. the city said they would come haul this off with trash trucks so they are quickly making their way up here.
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